Youngblood News: Back to School

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Upcoming Events

  • August 27th- Band and Orchestra Instrument Night 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
  • September 2nd- Student/Staff Holiday Labor Day
  • September 9th-13th- Book Fair
  • September 12th- Parent Night 6:00 pm- 7:30 pm
  • September 11th- Family Center Grand Opening 9:00 am
  • September 30th- Student Holiday/ Staff Workday
  • October 14th- Student/Staff Holiday
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Car Riders and Walkers Procedures

Arrival:


The earliest you can drop off students in the morning is :30 am. Students will wait outside the front entrance. A staff member will open the doors at 7:30 am. Students will be released for breakfast at 7:50am.


Dismissal:


Walkers: Walkers are dismissed to walk towards the flag pole and Wellington Street. There is a crossing guard at Wellington and Dairy View Lane. Students will not be allowed to walk towards Beechnut. If you choose to meet your child, please meet them at the flag pole to walk home. Remember an umbrella on rainy days.


Car Riders: It is imperative that proper procedures are followed to ensure the safety of our students and staff during dismissal. We have 2 lanes in the afternoon for student pick-up. The line closest to the school is reserved for car riders. The second lane (between first line and parking spaces) is reserved for day care vans. Students should only load and unload vehicles in the loading zone, which is directly in front of the school entrance. Follow the directions of the dismissal staff and move to the next available spot to pick up your child.


Do not park in the spaces or along the street to pick up your child, Alief ISD Police will issue tickets during dismissal. This is a safety issue.


Our goal is to ensure the safety of our students. They are our number one priority. If we have everyone's cooperation, our car rider line will be efficient, fast, and safe. Thank you.


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Cafeteria Information

All Alief ISD school cafeterias offer nutritionally balanced meals that are planned by a registered dietitian and meet USDA regulations. They include meat or a meat alternative, a vegetable and/or fruit, bread, and a choice of milk. A vegetarian entree is also available each day, as well as many traditional and reduced-fat a la carte and snack items. For complete information on the District nutrition program, please visit HERE.


Breakfast is Free for all enrolled students

Regular Meal prices for current school year:
BREAKFAST - $2.25 Adults/Visitors
LUNCH - $1.00 students, $3.85 Adults/Visitors


REMINDER - Due to a large number of NSF checks received, the Alief ISD Nutrition Services Department can no longer accept personal checks as payment for student or adult meals. Only Cash or a Money Order will be accepted.

Alief ISD participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs. Application forms for free and reduced-price meals are available at each campus or online. Each elementary student will also receive an application to take home on the first day of school. For guidelines, click here.

SMART Tag Information

SMARTER AND SAFER BUS TRANSPORTATION Students are issued new school ID cards with an electronic chip SMART sensor The tablet will display whether the rider is boarding the correct bus or getting off at the right stop.

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Wildcat Pride

Guidelines for Success

P- Positive Attitude

R- Respect

I- Integrity

D- Determination

E- Enthusiasm